Even before I was born, I was in radio business. My mother and father had a morning show while I was still in my first apartment, or, what I later learned is called a "womb." I can remember going to the radio station every day after summer school ... yeah, I went to summer school, wanna fight about it? I would watch the DJs push buttons and talk into the microphone and I'd think to myself, "Now THIS is something I want to do." As I grew up on the mean streets of Cumberland Center (Go GREELY!), I never lost the dream to be on the air. One day, my big chance came. The overnight guy quit, so the program director had no choice but to put me on the radio. I was his only hope. I felt like Obi Wan Kenobi. Ever since then I've been doing what I love... sleeping on the job.
Maine’s Oldest Eagle Mysteriously Dies At The Age Of Almost 36
The staff at Avian Haven said in a Facebook post they aren't sure how the eagle broke her leg beyond repair Friday afternoon.
Celebrate Julian Edelman’s Birthday With These Highlights
On just his 4th ever touch in the NFL, Jules ran the ball 75 yards and scored!
Measles Confirmed In Maine For The First Time in 2 Years
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention says the first confirmed case of measles in the state involves a child from Somerset County.
Construction to Bring Improvements to 8-Mile Stretch of Turnpike
Once all construction is done between the bridge and the York Toll Plaza, Maine Turnpike officials say 1,800 cars will be able to pass through the plaza each hour, an increase of 57 percent.
Help Maine Choose A Commemorative Flag For It’s Birthday Next Year
As Maine gets ready to celebrate it's 200th birthday next year, Mainers can vote on one of 3 new designs for a commemorative flag, which will be on display around the state in 2020.
Munjoy Hill Could Become A Historical District In Portland
City officials have stated there is still a lot of work and research to be done, and the next move will be to present the plan to the Historic Preservation board.
Cumberland Fairgrounds Will Host Maine’s Biggest Dog Show This Year
The 10th annual Southern Maine Coastal Classic is just a couple weeks away and this year it's at a new location.
New Maine Bill Would Prohibit Cats & Dogs Being Sold In Pet Stores
The goal is to help more cats and dogs in Maine that are in shelters awaiting adoption
Saco Beaches Have A New Leash Law In Effect For Summer 2019
The new ordinance was put in place to protect of endangered and at-risk wildlife. That includes the piping plovers you see scurrying around on those beaches. Dogs just love to chase those little things.
It Doesn’t Get More Maine Than This: Flannel Day at Hadlock
Tomorrow afternoon's game is as Maine as they get though. It's flannel day at Hadlock! The Sea Dogs are asking everyone who attends the game to don their favorite flannel apparel as the boys of summer take on the Trenton Thunder at 1pm.
40 Year Old Movie Theater In Brunswick May Be Closing Soon
The theater is in danger of going out of business despite renovations like replacing the old projector with a digital one, adding seats and replacing the carpet and carefully selecting which movies to show.
Bar Harbor Will Have Service To Boston This Year Thanks To Silver Air
After an almost perfect record last year, Silver Air will return to serve passengers from Bar Harbor to Boston for the busy tourist season this summer.
Scientists Say Browntail Moth Infestation Will Be Wicked This Season
These little buggers are trouble right from the start. Before they morph into the moth, they're caterpillars with barbed hairs that can cause severe dermatitis in people, as well as also causing respiratory problems for sensitive people.
Maine Getting New Look For Licenses, Identification Cards
The new design will also include features to make it harder to forge fake I.D.s and licenses and will be compliant with the federal Real ID Act.
‘Record Store Day’ Returns This Saturday Across The State
The first Record Store Day took place on April 19, 2008. Today there are Record Store Day participating stores on every continent except Antarctica.
Lewiston Middle School Dealing With Mold Problem In Auditorium
The stage is sealed off and the doors leading to the auditorium have been sealed shut while the mold is being removed.